I'm attempting to set up SSH on a Cisco 2811 and having some difficulties.
The first step to this should be running
crypto key generate rsa
I seem to be missing this though:
better#crypto key generate rsa ^ % Invalid input detected at '^' marker. better#
Furthermore, the only available commands I have in the
crypto key namespace are
unlock, which seem to indicate a locked keypair (for which I don't know the password):
better#crypto key ? lock Lock a keypair. unlock Unlock a keypair. better#crypto key unlock ? rsa RSA keys better#crypto key unlock rsa %% Please enter the passphrase: %% Unlocking failed. . better#
More or less, I'm asking what exactly this might mean, and if I actually do have certificates already here (used router)? Otherwise, how can I solve this? It's my first time configuring this feature, but I definitely believe it's part of my IOS.
Speaking of my IOS, I'm running the image
I'll also note that I have my
ip domain-name configured. I'll also give you a
dir flash: below if it's at all of use:
better#dir flash: Directory of flash:/ 2 -rw- 2748 Jul 27 2009 14:03:52 +00:00 sdmconfig-2811.cfg 3 -rw- 931840 Jul 27 2009 14:04:10 +00:00 es.tar 4 -rw- 1505280 Jul 27 2009 14:04:32 +00:00 common.tar 5 -rw- 1038 Jul 27 2009 14:04:46 +00:00 home.shtml 6 -rw- 112640 Jul 27 2009 14:05:00 +00:00 home.tar 7 -rw- 1697952 Jul 27 2009 14:05:26 +00:00 securedesktop-ios-18.104.22.168-k9.pkg 8 -rw- 415956 Jul 27 2009 14:05:46 +00:00 sslclient-win-22.214.171.124.pkg 9 -rw- 38732900 Dec 8 2011 06:28:56 +00:00 c2800nm-advsecurityk9-mz.124-24.T6.bin 64016384 bytes total (20598784 bytes free) better#